What platform do you use to share/save videos with students? CoachNow? V1? Dropbox?
21 Professionals Contributed
V1 video analysis software for daily lessons and Coach Now for long term and online lessons
I utilize both v1 video analysis software for daily lessons and coach now for long term and online lessons.
Outdoors: Hudl Technique | Indoors: GASPLabs
When I am Teaching outdoors I use Hudl Technique on my I-Pad. It is a Free motion capturing app and is used in a lot of other sports as well. I have had great success with it and minimal issues. Your customer just has to sign up for the app and they can receive and watch their videos whenever they want.
When I am Teaching indoors I am currently using GASPLabs, since Hudl Technique is an app it is not compatible with my high speed cameras and desk top. With GASP I save the video and then send to students via Dropbox.
The Swing Essentials Golf App
The best teaching application on the market is the Swing Essentials Golf App. It’s available on the App Store and Google Play. It’s like having a PGA Professional in your pocket for on-demand lessons anywhere at any time. Simply use the app to film your swing and then press “submit”. Within 48 hours, a virtual lesson will be placed in your account. The best part is that the first lesson is free! I highly recommend this golf application if folks are trying to get better without the hassle of trying to fit into someone’s schedule. It has a terrific price point and the instruction is incredible.
Currently I have the Coaches Eye video analysis app
Currently I have the Coaches Eye video analysis app on my i phone and i pad. I have found this app to be the simplest and most efficient. It allows me to draw multiple lines on the screen and it computes degrees of angles, etc. It really allows the student to understand plane, path, club alignments, face alignments, spinal alignments and a host of other concepts by clearly seeing the images on the screen. At some point after the lesson I move the videos to my photo and video library on my phone. Then I text certain swing videos to my students with a summary of the analysis from the lesson. This follow up has created a environment that helps expedite the learning process for the student. I wish we had this technology years ago.
Just tape it and use any available application
I love videos . Though I was in retirement mode and did not invest in the new technology, I loved any videos that my students would provide. Simply coming in the Pro Shop and asking what I saw, my student could get a simple explanation in front of their eyes. Just tape it and use any available application that you might subscribe. I have never seen a bad one.
We will be using JC Video this year to share lesson videos with our Members and Guests. They have developed an app that will allow our Professionals to share edited videos on the spot. Included in the software is a swing locker that the students can access from their devices. There is a cost per month but, we’ll worth the investment! Good luck!
I use Hudl Technique .
I use Hudl Technique. It’s really easy to use and the frame by frame is great . You can voice over videos and easily send them over to clients via email. To me it’s a game changer for it’s practically and time savings.